There are a variety of on-campus resources to support graduate students. We encourage you to explore the services below. This is not an exhaustive list and if there are services you are interested in that you do not see below, check with your Graduate Advisor.
The Office of Student Life offers information on campus events, recreation and wellness, campus clubs, diversity programs, student job opportunities and student government. The Associate Students of the University of Washington Bothell (ASUWB) is the student government on campus. They serve as the official representative voice for all students. Email them at email@example.com or visit them in the lower level vista of UW1.
The Office of Student Services provides support for academic success through programs and resources such as:
Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships, and Awards
The Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships, and Awards works closely with Financial Aid, the Career Center, and the Seattle campus to offer general scholarship information sessions and conduct one-on-one advising with students applying for competitive, merit-based awards. Check the website for a schedule of upcoming fairs, workshops, and information sessions. Contact them with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or find them in UW1-165.
The Registrar's Office provides assistance with course registration, questions about transcripts and enrollment verification, and information on policies such as auditing classes, immunization, name changes, residency, satisfactory progress, tuition exemption, and more. Email them with questions at email@example.com.
Library staff are leaders in user-centered services, assessment, collaboration, online learning, and innovative pedagogies. Each graduate program, or department, has a dedicated UWB librarian to support it's students. Please check each program's website to find out more about the dedicated librarian.
Information Technologies (IT)
IT provides a broad array of central technology services in support of the UW Bothell campus mission. As the central technology group for UW Bothell, IT serves as a first stop for most campus technology-related requests. Learn about their services on their website, email them at IT@uwb.edu, or visit the Helpdesk in LB2-218.
Writing and Communication Center
The WaCC offers writing support via face-to-face, online, or phone conferences with peer consultants as well as digital resources to help strengthen writing through improved organization, style, and mechanics. The WaCC is located in UW2, room 124. Contact them by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quantitative Skills Center
The QSC offers peer tutoring to assist students with understanding quantitative concepts as well as online resources and support. The QSC offers free, drop-in tutoring in UW2-030.